The former Temptation Island competitor together with her husband Davide Tresse announce the name of their little girl: “I try to imagine her every day and when her dad and I talk to her, we look at each other with the expression of someone who knows that no other name would be better than this “.
Georgette Polizzi and Davide Tresse delighted for the progress of the pregnancy and through an Instagram post they announce how everything is going well for the couple and their baby. But not only. Why Georgette decided to reveal to her followers what will the baby be called.
Today we went to do the pre-morphology and we’re fine, we grow more every day and we always move a lot!
Until now we have always called it Polly Pocket as you immediately dubbed it, but its name has always been there since day zero.
His dad chose it and it is a name that derives from the Greek and Latin substantive and indicates the mother star of the solar system.
Who bears this name is cheerful and smiling, knows how to assert himself in working life, loves long relationships and faces every situation without ever getting anxious.
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I try to imagine her every day and when her dad and I talk to her, we look at each other with the expression of someone who knows that no other name would be better than this.
I still remember the day of the transfer: it was July 9 and returning home on the highway there was a crazy sun, and I noticed it as I had never done before and in fact his name will be SUN.
Sole, therefore, is the name of the baby on the way. Certainly a great light coming in the life of the two future parents happier than ever.
Georgette and Davide I’m a very close couple. But there was no lack of difficulties for the two as regards the conception of the little Sun. Indeed Georgette has multiple sclerosis and she wasn’t sure she could conceive given her pathology. But the miracle happened this summer sending to seventh heaven the couple who are now preparing for the most beautiful adventure: that of being parents.